Spider-Man’s Jon Watts Is Making Star Wars Coming-of-Age Show, Report Says


Spider-Man: No Way Home director Jon Watts is operating on a Star Wars display impressed through “vintage Amblin coming-of-age journey motion pictures of the ’80s,” Vanity Fair reported Tuesday. It’s it appears set within the technology following Return of the Jedi, similar to The Mandalorian.

Amblin is the manufacturing corporate in the back of ’80s classics like E.T., Gremlins, The Goonies and Back to the Future. It was once co-founded through mythical director Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy (who is now Lucasfilm’s president) and Frank Marshall (the manufacturer in the back of the Indiana Jones motion pictures)

It comes after Watts reportedly stepped away from helming Marvel Cinematic Universe film Fantastic Four. He and Spider-Man: Homecoming author Chris Ford are creators and executive-producers at the Star Wars display, in step with Vanity Fair.

The collection does not have a reputation, however is it appears going through the code title “Grammar Rodeo” (in the past reported through Discussing Film) — a connection with a 1996 Simpsons episode the place Bart and his friends use a faux motive force’s license to hire a automotive and move on a street go back and forth. A casting understand apparently referred to as for 4 youngsters elderly round 11 to twelve.

The Vanity Fair article additionally printed that Star Wars secret agent collection Andor will hit Disney Plus past due this summer season. We’ll most probably get updates on a few of these displays at Star Wars conference Celebration Anaheim, which runs May 26-29.

Neither Lucasfilm nor Disney Plus replied to requests for remark about Watts’ display.

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